Police Officers Rescue Tiny Kitten From Garbage Can

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This tiny ginger kitten's fate could have been much different if not for Toronto police officers who rescued him out of a city trash can.

A group of pedestrians heard kitten cries from a garbage can. When they found the kitten, they flagged down 13 Division officers for help.

As soon as Const. Shawn Kinghorn saw the kitten, he knew right away that he wanted to adopt the cat. He took the kitten to the vet and paid for the entire bill. They named him Django. He was given a clean bill of health except he is very hungry and would need hand feeding through a syringe.

Django is determined to be about 10 days old. No one knows how long he stayed in the garbage can, but one thing is for sure that he's now in good hands and very loved.

This tiny kitten's fate could have been much different if not for Toronto police officers who rescued him out of a  garbage can.

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When Const. Shawn Kinghorn saw the kitten, he knew he wanted to adopt him right away

They named him Django and gave him a teddy bear to snuggle with.

Kinghorn took him to the vet and paid for the entire bill. Django is healthy but very hungry. They are feeding him round the clock with a syringe.

He is happy snuggling with a teddy bear and his new dad who saved him

Source: CTV News. Photos @PC_Dominelli and CityNews,

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